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Category:Saint Jerome

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Born: c. 347 in Stridon (possibly Strido Dalmatiae, on the border of Dalmatia and Pannonia)
Died: 420 in Bethlehem, Palaestina Prima
Honored in: Roman Catholic Church
Eastern Orthodoxy
Anglican Communion
Lutheranism
Oriental Orthodoxy
Aglipayan Church
Major shrine: Basilica of Saint Mary Major, Rome, Italy
Feast: 30 September (Western Christianity)
15 June (Eastern Christianity)
Attributes: lion, cardinal attire, cross, skull, trumpet, owl, books and writing material
Patronage: archeologists; archivists; Bible scholars; librarians; libraries; school children; students; translators
Major work(s): The Vulgate
De viris illustribus
Chronicon

author of the Vulgate Bible (born about 340, died in 420, Memorial on September 30)[1]

Jerome was born in the mid-300's in Stridon. He was baptized in Rome. He was ordained in Antioch. He died in Bethlehem on September 30, 420.[2]

References

  1. Liturgy of the Hours, 1976
  2. www.newadvent.org/cathen/08341a.htm

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